Monday, December 12, 2011

NAO NEXT GEN: DANCING AND TALKING ROBOTS VIDEOS

I'm just really surprised, Robotics technology is really moving fast! This is a proud product of Aldebaran Robotics, introducing the NAO NEXT GEN: HUMANOID ROBOT. Nao is a programmable humanoid robot, it's only 57 cm tall. It can talk, it can walk, dance and do some tricks! Nao is a very intelligent programmable humanoid robot, that can probably match Chucky! Let's watch NAO DANCING VIDEOS, now, I know what to ask Santa for this Christmas, LMAO!






NAO HUMANOID ROBOT has 2 cameras of up to 1280x720 HD Recording and 601/S for Image Processing. That means, it can easily detect and recognize your face. NAO also built-in with 2 Loud Speakers that allow Text to Speech and Languages capability, giving it the capability to answer your questions, recognize your speech and more. You can also teach NAO to dance, by utilizing the Choregraphe programmation, Full SDK & Documentation Open Source programs. It can be hooked up via your Home or Office Wireless or Ethernet Connection for easy programming. NAO can also tilt, move its whole body. It comes with an Anti Self-Collission System, Prehensile Hands, 4 Microphones to hear you better, Sound Localisation that finds the source of the sound,  8x Pressure Sensor for its walking capability, New Faster Optimized Walk, Smart Motors Stiffness, Fall Manager that activates its Internet sensor to help it stand up by its own. See the Key Features below...





UNBOXING NAO HUMANOID ROBOT VIDEO

NAO HUMANOID ROBOT KEY FEATURES:
  • Body with 25 degrees of freedom (DOF) whose key elements are electric motors and actuators
  • Sensor network, including 2 cameras, 4 microphones, sonar rangefinder, 2 IR emitters and receivers, 1 inertial board, 9 tactile sensors, and 8 pressure sensors
  • Various communication devices, including voice synthesizer, LED lights, and 2 high-fidelity speakers
  • Intel ATOM 1,6ghz CPU (located in the head) that runs a Linux kernel and supports Aldebaran’s proprietary middleware (NAOqi)
  • Second CPU (located in the torso)
  • 27,6-watt-hour battery that provides NAO with 1.5 or more hours of autonomy, depending on usage




NAO DANCING ROBOT: "TAICHI" VIDEO




NAO DANCING ROBOT: "THRILLER" VIDEO


Nao Robots are just amazing! Unfortunately, NAO is not yet available in the market. Beta editions for Academics has sold as much as $14,600, while the Household edition for $7,000. Sooner or later, as the competition in the Robotics Industry grow, it should become much affordable. If you like this post, please, don't forget to subscribe below. Thank you!



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25 comments:

Christia's World said...

That robot is just crazy! This reminds me of Animatrix... Are we getting there?

joy said...

beautiful, hihi. i will consider those for gifts if budget permits hehe

Sining Factory said...

I am a fan of robots. They are really cute. But I am afraid that someday they will dominate the world, just like the Transformers. lol. Seriously. :)

Gil Camporazo said...

No wonder why that this couldn't be happening. We're in advanced technology. Everything nowadays is highly technical. I'm afraid we'll be controlled by these robotics. Hope not!

michi said...

wow dancing robots. cool! kakatuwa sumayaw.

kay said...

too many robot crazed killer movies watched ... this is not going to be on my list at all haha

kRyStLe said...

ang cute!

tatess said...

i think that this robot is more talented than some of the human beings . i cannot even dance but this robot can.

Xy-Za Y. said...

Dancing robots are cute.. lols

Iam Herbert said...

The last time I saw robots on TV was on a show at Nat Geo, I think that was Alice, a computer system with AI.. you can ask anything to her and 80-95% she can give a good and exact answer

Hazel said...

Prehensile hands - I wonder what's next. Buti pa ang robot marunog sumayaw. May mga taong palagi nalang two left feet. No. 1 na ako dun, ops....

Ivan Stewart Saldajeno said...

I don't know if they are also the ones behind a robotic version of Dougie, but I presume so. Can you tell me the link in that video? Thanks.

Julie. -- said...

reminds me of R2D2.. hehe.. but honestly, these things scares the hell out of me.. I am thinking about what will be after 20-30 years. Robots will run our lives? Yikes!

Cha said...

I want one for Christmas lol! Please send me one.... Super duper cutie cute cute!

yuuki said...

watched the triller version, cool but i'm not a fan of robotics...why are they wasting too much money on research and dev't when they can utilize it for other projects like medicine, agriculture, etc?

Matsumoto said...

coolness pur! lol, will show this to the geek of the house, hubby.

Jonathan said...

AWESOME! I want one!

STEF said...

This robot is amazing! Totally above from the rest but I don't want any robot in my life, haha!

chrisair said...

one word "aliwness" nakakaaliw sila

c5 @ arawatgabi.info said...

Woohoo! I want one of those! :) Kahit sino gusto yan I'm sure! :)

Blobber-Boy said...

wow these robots are so cool!!

Lulu said...

Ninong Jomz.. pwede bng yan n gift mo saken sa pasko.. :p LoLz.. hahahhahah.. :))

Henry said...

Nice post Jomz, ang ganda nakuha mo topic ngaun impressive talaga robot na to. I will be happier if Japan created a Gundam with same size and technology like this.

Bennix said...

Ang galing naman ng mga robots na to, impressive...:)

BON said...

yeah, i'm impressed too! and i like the guy's orange shoes! hahaha

taragis! cool robot! and he sits very comfortably!
I WANT IT!! pagiipunan kona!! haha

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